ÉVIEALLE DAWKINS is an Associate at Edelson PC where her practice focuses on consumer, privacy-related, and tech-related class actions.
Currently, Éviealle represents more than one thousand individuals who lost their homes and businesses in the 2018 Northern California Camp Fire. As part of this effort, she leads a team in preparing hundreds of claim submissions to the Fire Victim Trust.
Éviealle is also involved in Edelson’s environmental practice, representing individuals that were exposed to dangerous levels of ethlylene-oxide.
Éviealle received her J.D. from Howard University School of Law. As a student attorney in the Fair Housing Clinic, she represented low-income families from wards 6 & 8 in Washington, D.C. in Landlord Tenant Court. In addition to providing holistic legal services to clients, she was involved in community outreach events and led canvassing and know your rights training efforts for public housing residents.
She participated in the Thurgood Marshall Clerkship Program at the Maryland Office of the Attorney General. Éviealle spent the summer working in the Civil Rights and Legislative Affairs Divisions where she drafted policy proposals and regularly participated in meetings with high-level staff including the Attorney General.
Éviealle participated in the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Consortium where she observed the ADR process and assisted in mediations as an intern at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. While a member of the Charles Hamilton Houston National Moot Court Team, Éviealle competed in the National Telecommunications and Technology Competition. Additionally, she served on the Executive Board of the Student Bar Association.
Before law school, Éviealle worked on electoral and issue-based campaigns as the Operations Director and Project Manager for a D.C.-based political consulting firm. She also served as a White House Intern in Spring 2013.